August 29th 2010
CRF International Conference 2010 – Performance through people: Capability & Context – Budapest
Corporate Research Forum (CRF) held its second annual International Conference in Budapest. Themed around the subject of ‘Performance through People: Capability & Context’, the conference provided insights, new thinking and practical guidance in the drive for organisational resilience. It also addressed three aspects of performance improvement: building a performance culture, connecting for high performance and accelerating individual performance.
A highly-participative event, blending contributions from top academics and leading consultants, the conference saw experts and practitioners alike lead and contribute to each of the aforementioned three ‘streams’, while facilitating peer sharing of experiences and learning from examples.
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